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Source: Farm Journal Media news release

Keenly focused on research, trends and insights, Farm Journal Media editors provided nearly 200 industry clients and agrimarketers with valuable information that could help shape success in 2014 and years to come.

Embarking on the Ag Wheels 2013 tour, Farm Journal Media editors traveled across the country in November offering insight and engaging in lively discussions about the current ag outlook. Traveling more than 1,700 miles, the tour stopped in six cities across five states with one more stop in December.

"Because of the passion our editors have for agriculture and serving farmers, Farm Journal Media has an incredible wealth of knowledge," said Charlene Finck, Senior Vice President. "Hitting the road together made it possible to share a complete picture and help answer-or provide perspective on-some of the unknowns in our industry."

Attendees heard presentations and saw noteworthy statistics on a variety of current and future outlooks. Topics included new and social media, farming and technology, dairy, livestock, large-scale producers and marketing.

Presenters included Finck, who is also Editor of Farm Journal; Tyne Morgan, National Reporter for "AgDay" and "U.S. Farm Report"; Clinton Griffiths, Host of "AgDay"; Margy Eckelkamp, Machinery Editor and Farm Journal Test Plot Director; Jim Dickrell, Editor, Dairy Today; Greg Henderson, Editorial Director, Beef Today; Jeanne Bernick, Editor, Top Producer; Chip Flory, Editor, Pro Farmer; and Rhonda Brooks, Seed and Production Editor.

The Ag Wheels 2013 tour made stops in St. Louis, Kansas City, Des Moines, Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Raleigh. The tour will wrap up with one final stop in Philadelphia on Dec. 19.

"Farm Journal Media has a multitude of platforms that allow us to reach and speak to our audience at any time in the day," said Finck. "Our media expertise combined with our editorial and expert knowledge, gives us the unparalleled insights that we wanted to share with the marketplace as all of us plan for the year ahead."

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